THE PACE CHRONICLE

Alumni Hall Residents to Quarantine for 2 weeks

18/20 positives were residents of Alumni Hall causing a building-wide quarantine for 2 weeks.

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

September 25, 2020

18/20 of Pace Pleasantville's  positive COVID-19 cases were residents of Alumni Hall. In response to this, the university administered a text message on Sept. 24th.  to Alumni residents issuing that the students must return to their rooms and to order dinner using a form if they had not eaten yet....

Alumni Hall put on temporary lockdown after 18 residents test positive for COVID-19

As of 9 PM on Thursday, Alumni Hall went into quarantine after it was discovered that 18 out of 20 of Pace's confirmed COVID cases are Alumni residents.

Emily Teixeira, Contributing Writer

September 25, 2020

18 out of 20 of Pace’s confirmed COVID cases are Alumni residents. As of 9 P.M, September 24, 2020, Alumni Hall was put under quarantine for an undetermined amount of time. Residents received text and email alerts earlier in the evening informing them of the impending curfew, and at 9:30 p.m. there...

Randomized testing begins, Campuses to be treated separately

18/20 positives were residents of Alumni Hall causing a building-wide quarantine for 2 weeks.

Emily Teixeira, Contributing Writer

September 12, 2020

Earlier this month, Pace launched its COVID-19 dashboard, a page on the school website where students, staff, and faculty can monitor the prevalence of COVID-19 on each campus. The dashboard comes with a color-coding system so that the community can see at a glance where each campus stands in terms ...

Pace reports COVID-19 positives; University launches COVID-19 dashboard

Ariana Stoddard says she has attended her Writing for Advertising class in-person with Associate Professor Jennifer Magas. Pace is running on a mix of hybrid, in-person and remote courses. However, all faculty members are prepared to switch to fully remote if guidelines and transmission rates require it.

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

September 3, 2020

Pace has launched a COVID-19 dashboard, similar to other universities, to report COVID-19 cases.     As of Sept. 4, the Pleasantville campus had four students test positive and has 12 students in quarantine/isolation. The dashboard combines the two situations, however they are not interchangeable and h...

Students push for the animals to remain; Pace reflects on farm impact

Taylor Ganis, student keeper and president of the nature club, has been vocal about saving the animals on social media.

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

September 2, 2020

GoFundMe’s, social media pages, petitions, mask fundraising etc.. have all been created by students over the past few weeks. These platforms are a reaction to the announcement that Pace is planning on getting rid of the animals located at the farm, as well as the animal keeper James Eyring at the end ...

Pace student athletes organize march for DJ Henry

Pace students gathered outside of the CVS Thornwood during their march to honor DJ Henry and fight social injustice.

Sequoia Cumming, Editor In Chief

September 1, 2020

Over 200 Pace students marched against racism and police brutality on Sunday in a continued effort to receive justice for the death of DJ Henry. The march began at the Pace Pleasantville campus and ended in a rally outside the Thornwood CVS, feet away from the site of Henry’s murder. Danroy “...

Pace insurance company switch marks confusion

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

August 25, 2020

Social media is a prime platform for breaking news, gossip and rumors. That was evident Wednesday afternoon when Instagram users commented on Pace University's Instagram page stating that it was a disgrace that they forgot to submit the paperwork of the students who opted in to university insurance when...

Students to navigate new campus layout

Covid-19 precautions has led to new campus layouts. Interim Dean for Students, Rachel Carpenter says that students will need to reevaluate how they use the spaces on campus.

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

August 20, 2020

Pace has taken a variety of steps to protect the health and safety of all students, staff and faculty. These changes have lead to alterations in a variety of spaces on campus. As classes begin and student move-in, it will be a learning process to navigate new circulation patterns and find spaces on campus...

Dyson hosts Zoom session with Students and Parents

Dyson hosts Zoom session with Students and Parents

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

August 12, 2020

Dyson hosted a zoom session to answer some last minute questions prior to the majority of students moving-in. Initially this zoom was intended to be held prior to student quarantine, but with the large amount of power outages in the area, it was delayed. The session was repetitive to past articles...

Pace requiring all students to get COVID-19 tested

Pace held the second zoom community briefing for students and families. The panel consisted of the President/Provost, Dean for students and members of the universities Covid-19 Task Force

Katie Walsh, Managing Editor

July 21, 2020

Pace held their second zoom community briefing with over 1200 students and  families on July 21st to address concerns, policies and protocol's that will be implemented for the Fall semester. Provost Vanya Quiñones made clear that the university is following all New York State (NYS) and CDC guidelines,...

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